Burt opening his Bark Box
It's 2022 and we have some new services we are adding by requests from our customers. The two services are a new T-Shirt of the Quarter and improved online store web platform. I am excited to launch these by March 2022 and get them going for everybody.
T-Shirt of the Quarter Club
As you know, pets are almost as important as human beings. I have a 6.6 pound Yorkipoo, and I would do almost anything to keep Burt happy. Yes, his name is Burt, after my favorite movie of all time, "Smokey and the Bandit" starring Burt Reynolds.
Getting back to how I thought of the T-Shirt of the Quarter Club. I ordered a monthly subscription to a Bark Box, treats, toys, and a monthly theme. Burt goes nuts when I run through the door with the box. I set it down, and he nearly rips through the cardboard box, busting out the squeaky toys and treats. Luckily, he is tiny and can't chew his way through the cardboard. I then crack open the box, and he starts with the squeaky toys and then moves onto the little treats. I will post videos and photos of Burt going nuts over the "Bark Box."
I figured if Burt goes nuts over a Bark Box, a human will go nuts over a box of custom t-shirts. So, I decided to make a box with 12 t-shirts and some funny little inserts with jokes that will put smiles on people's faces. The t-shirt club gets you a quarterly subscription of 12 t-shirts with your company's logo. Each quarter our artist, Steve, will develop a new rendition of your logo and will work with you to make sure you love it. An example would be taking your logo and placing it in front of Mt. Rainier or a Northwest Icon. We can even print your equipment on the front of the t-shirt alongside your logo. It will be fully customizable. The company employees will anticipate the t-shirt box and go nuts like my 6.6-pound Yorkipoo. Stay tuned for more details on the shirts of the quarter club.
Erik Mickelson ,the Operations Manager since 1996 is a 2nd generation embroider. Erik started fulltime in his family's company after is graduation from Washington State University in 1996.